Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with derisive:

2 syllables:
type iv,
mice in,
nice if,
price in,
price is,
rice in,
rice is,
vice in,
vice is,
phase iv,
plate iv,
stage iv,
dies in,
eyes in,
eyes is,
flies in,
lies in,
prize in,
prize is,
rise in,
rise is,
size in,
size is,
ties in,
wise in,
bride is,
bright in,
buy this,
chime in,
chloride in,
chloride is,
cried in,
crime in,
crime is,
died in,
dine in,
dire rear,
dive in,
dried in,
drive him,
drive his,
drive in,
drive is,
drive it,
eye lid,
eye which

3 syllables:
abhai singh,
chiefly lives,
advise him,
supplies in,
surprise in,
surprise is,
abide in,
acquire it,
admire him,
admire his,
admire in,
alive in,
arrive in,
aside his,
aside in,
assign it,
briefly there,
briefly with,
chiefly there,
chiefly which,
chiefly with,
combine in,
confide in,
confine his,
decide if,
decide in,
decide it,
decline in,
decline is,
define his,
define it,
delight in,
deprive him,
describe being,
describe him,
describe his,
describe in,
describe it,
design in,
design is,
desire in,
desire is,
desire it,
divide in,
divide it,
divine in,
divine is,
empire in,
empire is

4 syllables:
expertise in,
expertise is,
families in,
families is,
appetite is

Some other possibilities:

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